The "Casa Consistorial" is located in the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent opposite the Santa Maria Maggiore Church. It is the current home to Ronda town hall, whose construction dates back to 1734 and hosted militias throughout history and is rebuilt on stores that were in the arcades of the Plaza Mayor. It has three floors, with the upper two overlapping arches.
In a beautiful and secluded square, opposite the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, is the Town Hall of Alcaucín, although in recent months this site has been news for reasons of urban development, the building is an old Andalusian farmhouse, and still retains the charm of typical Andalusian buildings.
Located in Plaza or Alameda, one of the most popular venues of Coin, lies the City Council. A nice building that isn't very old and it was built due to the deterioration of the previous building, one of the most emblematic buildings of Coin, which today functions as a day center for the elderly. The City Council houses different functions: Mayor, General Register, Statistics and Municipal Population, General Secretariat, Economic Area and Press Office.
The only thing that sets this building apart from the other houses on the streets of Alfarnatejo are the waving flags on its balcony. The City Council of this pretty village in Axarquia is located on Pósito street, one of the most central streets of the town. In the Town Hall, you can collect information on all the points of interest of the town. It has just 7 councilors and belongs to Mountain Axarquia Consortium, a public entity that provides services to municipalities and advice on local development and issues.
Behind the village church, you will find the Plaza of the Constitution where the Town Hall is located. The Town Hall is a work of the late sixteenth century, notable in the urban structure of the town, since Alfarnate itself does not have many monuments. The building stands on a main floor resting on supports with arches on the ground floor. The building consists of two restored floors - the ground floor is dedicated to administrative services and local police agencies. On the second floor are the areas of government, the historical records and a conference room.
The City Hall is located in the central Plaza de España. A simple building architecturally, it looks more like a typical village house. The different bureaus and municipal offices are located here. The political administration of the municipality is conducted through a democratic Management Council, whose members are elected every four years by universal suffrage.